John Jancek about 3 weeks ago was promoted at LSU from analyst to special teams coordinator and outside linebackers.

Jancek has extensive coaching experience, including as a quality control coach at Georgia from 2020-21, and previously a defensive coordinator at Colorado State, Tennessee and Cincinnati. Jancek replaced Brian Polian as the program’s special teams coordinator after Polian moved into an off-the-field role similar to a general manager with LSU earlier this offseason.

LSU on Wednesday released Jancek’s contract details to several media outlets, including Wilson Alexander.

Jancek will be under contract through the 2024 season, according to a copy of his term sheet obtained by The Advocate through a public records request. Jancek will make $350,000 per year in base salary.

Polian was one of coach Brian Kelly’s first hires. As special teams coordinator, he signed a three-year contract worth an average of $675,000 per year through base salary and supplemental compensation. He also could earn team-based bonuses.

Jancek’s deal puts him on the same timeline as the assistant coaches Kelly hired last year. All their contracts will be up Jan. 15, 2025. The only one who’s agreement ends after the 2023 season is offensive line coach Brad Davis, the lone holdover from the Ed Orgeron staff.

Jancek’s base salary is the lowest among LSU’s assistants. The others earn $400,000 in base salary, according to their contracts, then more in supplemental compensation to create the full payment. Jancek’s term sheet did not include supplemental compensation figures.